Microsoft And Polycom Joined Their Hands To Work For Video Collaboration Solutions

Polycom and Microsoft enlarges relationship through which Polycom plans to deliver a new series of video collaboration solutions.

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The first device in this new offering is the Polycom RoundTable 100 for huddle rooms that will allow small to mid-sized businesses (SMB) and teams with Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync 2013 simply by logging into their Skype for Business account. The RoundTable 100 will not require corporate domains or on-premises infrastructure.

In a company’s official release, Peter Leav, president and CEO, Polycom said, “Our partnership with Microsoft has never been stronger, and over the years, it has fortified a market demand for collaboration experiences that help make our customers successful. Together, Microsoft and Polycom have a joint vision to deliver collaboration experiences that help our customers defy distance. We are now expanding our solutions to allow SMBs, as well as large enterprises, to reap the benefits of video collaboration.”

The companies also announced that the Polycom CX series of video collaboration solutions, also will become part of the Polycom RoundTable series. Together Polycom’s and Microsoft aim at bringing the world’s more than 50 mn meeting rooms of all shapes and sizes into the digital age, enhancing collaboration for businesses of all sizes. In addition, Polycom VVX business media phones will be the first phones to support the forthcoming cloud voice service offering as part of Microsoft Office 365.

RoundTable solutions will add to Polycom’s portfolio of more than 40 existing solutions that integrate with Lync and Skype for Business.

The first device in this new offering is the Polycom RoundTable 100 for huddle rooms that will allow small to mid-sized businesses (SMB) and teams with Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync 2013 simply by logging into their Skype for Business account. The RoundTable 100 will not require corporate domains or on-premises infrastructure.

In a company’s official release, Peter Leav, president and CEO, Polycom said, “Our partnership with Microsoft has never been stronger, and over the years, it has fortified a market demand for collaboration experiences that help make our customers successful. Together, Microsoft and Polycom have a joint vision to deliver collaboration experiences that help our customers defy distance. We are now expanding our solutions to allow SMBs, as well as large enterprises, to reap the benefits of video collaboration.”

The companies also announced that the Polycom CX series of video collaboration solutions, also will become part of the Polycom RoundTable series. Together Polycom’s and Microsoft aim at bringing the world’s more than 50 mn meeting rooms of all shapes and sizes into the digital age, enhancing collaboration for businesses of all sizes. In addition, Polycom VVX business media phones will be the first phones to support the forthcoming cloud voice service offering as part of Microsoft Office 365.

RoundTable solutions will add to Polycom’s portfolio of more than 40 existing solutions that integrate with Lync and Skype for Business.

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